Gorey, Kevin M. (he/him)
Please note that Kevin is no longer accepting new student supervisions.
Office: 241, 167 Ferry Street Windsor, ON N9A 0C5
Phone: (519) 253-3000 ext. 3085
Scholarly Interests/Areas of Expertise
- Social epidemiology
- Population health inequities
- Research synthesis
PhD, MSW, State University of New York at Buffalo
Recent Courses Taught
02-47-344, Research I: Foundations of Social Work Research
02-47-547, Advanced Social Work Research: Practice Evaluation
02-47-743, Quantitative Methods in Social Work Research
02-47-744, Quantitative Data Analysis
KEVIN GOREY, an epidemiologist and social worker, has primarily studied the effects of key social resources such as health care and education on the health of Canadian and American populations. His work won a Canadian Institutes of Health Research (CIHR) career investigator award as well as an Ontario Premier’s research excellence award. He has worked with practitioners, social and biomedical scientists as well as with grassroots and legislative knowledge users to advance understandings of the social forces that shape the health of Canadians and Americans.
Kevin has two goals for the “second half” of his scholarly life. First, moving from primary to synthetic comparisons of additionally informing high-income nations he hopes to create “hardcover” resources for the next generation of researchers, decision makers and publics. These will be two research syntheses: “The skewed curve: Social solutions to America's social problems” and “Health care of people with low incomes in high-income countries: Best policies from around the world.” Second, he hopes to responsibly pass the scholarly baton off to the next generation of students, graduate and undergraduate, and junior investigators, academy and community-based.
For more information on Kevin Gorey, please visit his academic website.
COVID-19 Pandemic-Relevant Student Research
Charron, C. M., & Gorey, K. M. (in review). Virtual versus face-to-face cognitive-behavioral treatment of depression: Meta-analytic test of a noninferiority hypothesis and exploration of men’s experiences. Depression Research and Treatment.
D’amore, R. M., Halpern, A. N., Reed, L. R., & Gorey, K. M. (in review). Mental health problems among elementary school students mandated to e-learning: A COVID-19 rapid review caveat. International Journal of School Social Work.
Elias, C. L., & Gorey, K. M. (2021). Online social networking among clinically depressed young people: Scoping review of potentially supportive or harmful behaviors. Journal of Technology in the Human Services, 40, 79-96.
Howes, S. T, Gorey, K. M., & Charron, C. M. (2021). Relative effectiveness of online cognitive behavior therapy with anxious or depressed young people: Rapid review and meta-analysis. Advanced access published. Australian Social Work.
Trudgill, D. I. N., Gorey, K. M., & Donnelly, E. A. (2020). Prevalent posttraumatic stress disorder among emergency department personnel: Rapid systematic review. Humanities & Social Sciences Communications, 7, 89.
Trudgill, D. I. N., & Gorey, K. M. (in progress). Mental health challenges among critical care nurses during the COVID-19 pandemic: Rapid review and meta-analysis.
Williams, N. G., Alberton, A. M., & Gorey, K. M. (2022 [in press]). Morbid and mortal inequities among Indigenous Peoples in Canada and the United States during the COVID-19 pandemic: Rapid review of relative risks and protections. Journal of Indigenous Social Development.
Other Recent Student Publications
Ahmed, S., & Gorey, K. M. (2021). Employment discrimination faced by Muslim women wearing the hijab: Exploratory meta-analysis. Advanced access published. Journal of Ethnic & Cultural Diversity in Social Work.
Brunelle, K., Abdulle, S., & Gorey, K. M. (2020). Anxiety and depression among socioeconomically vulnerable students with learning disabilities: Exploratory meta-analysis. Child and Adolescent Social Work Journal, 37, 359-367.
Escobar, K. M., Sivaram, M., Gorey, K. M., Luginaah, I. N., Kanjeekal, S. M., & Wright, F. C. (2020). Colon cancer care of Hispanic people in California: Paradoxical barrio protections greatest among vulnerable populations. Journal of Public Health Research, 9, 255-258.
Ghannam, S., & Gorey, K. M. (April, 2022 [in press]). Islamic religiosity and subjective well-being in the west: Meta-analytic evidence of protections across diverse Muslim diasporas. Paper presented at the 8th annual UWill Discover undergraduate research conference at the University of Windsor, ON.
MacMillan, I. K., & Gorey, K. M. (April, 2020). Cannabis-based reductions in opioid-related harms: Observational meta-analytic suggestion of a strong association. Paper accepted for presentation at the 6th annual UWill Discover undergraduate research conference, University of Windsor (Conference canceled).
Williams, N. G., Gorey, K. M., & Alberton, A. M. (2022). Motor vehicle crash-related injuries and deaths among Indigenous Peoples in Canada: Meta-analysis of geo-structural factors. Canadian Journal of Rural Medicine, 27, 51-60.